Dimethylsulphoxide induction of the murine macrophage-like line P388D1: change of phagocytic ability and cell surface properties.

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The murine macrophage-like cell line P388D1 ingests immunoglobulin-coated sheep red cells (IgG-SRC) poorly, but after 3 days incubation in the presence of 1.5% dimethyl sulphoxide (DMSO), it becomes highly phagocytic. We used this model to correlate triggering of phagocytosis with some surface properties of P388D1 cells, possibly involved in recognition or… (More)

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@article{Capo1983DimethylsulphoxideIO, title={Dimethylsulphoxide induction of the murine macrophage-like line P388D1: change of phagocytic ability and cell surface properties.}, author={Christian Capo and Zohar Mishal and Viviane Balloy and A M B{\'e}noliel and Pierre Bongrand}, journal={Journal of cell science}, year={1983}, volume={64}, pages={281-93} }